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Learning at home resources

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This suite of lessons support short-term learning at home when face-to-face learning is interrupted due to COVID.

Students can start at lesson 1 and work their way through in order. Each lesson is either a video or a PowerPoint presentation.

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Number and place value

Mathematics lesson 1 (Series 1)

Review how to record numbers in expanded form to show the place value of each digit.

You'll need paper and a pencil.

Number and place value

Mathematics lesson 2 (Series 1)

Explore how to record numbers using index notation.

You'll need pencil, paper and ruler, 10-sided or interactive dice and a place value chart.

Number and place value

Mathematics lesson 3 (Series 1)

Investigate recording large numbers using index notation.

You'll need pencil and paper.

Number and place value

Mathematics lesson 4 (Series 1)

Learn how to define and compare prime and composite numbers.

You'll need a pencil or pen,  paper, household items to use for counting, and a hundreds chart.

Number and place value

Mathematics lesson 5 (Series 1)

Learn about representing whole numbers as products of powers of prime factors.

You'll need paper and a pencil, and 10-sided or interactive dice.

Number properties and place value

Mathematics lesson 6 (Series 1)

Learn to find lowest common multiple and highest common factor.

You'll need paper and pencil.

Number properties and place value

Mathematics lesson 7 (Series 1)

Learn to find square numbers, square roots and square root notation.

You'll need pencil, paper, manipulatives and a bingo sheet.

Number properties and place value

Mathematics lesson 8 (Series 1)

Learn how to find square roots of imperfect square numbers.

You'll need pencil, paper, ruler, eraser, calculator or use the online calculator, squares of paper, bread tags or buttons.

Number properties and place value

Mathematics lesson 9 (Series 1)

Learn how to use the commutative and distributive properties to rearrange number sentences.

You'll need pencil and paper, coloured pencils, grid paper, dice or use an interactive dice.

Number properties and place value

Mathematics lesson 10 (Series 1)

Learn how to use the associative property of number to re-arrange number sentences.

You'll need pencil and paper.

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